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Poster

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Rubric Code: P2W2983
This rubric is designed to evaluate the posters prepared by my AP Biology students.
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Keywords: science writing, writing, poster, presentation
Categories: Subjects: English   Science   Education  
Types: Presentation   Writing  
Grade Levels: 9-12


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  Poor/Fair
0.3 pts
Good
0.85 pts
Excellent
1 pts
Introducing the concept:
Issue or Objective Identified
5 pts
Clarity of what the poster is for
Poor/Fair

Neither implicit nor explicit reference is made to the issue/concept that is to be examined.
Good

Readers are given the overall concept that is to be examined.
Excellent

The issue is introduced, and readers are shown why this issue is significant and relevant to them or the content is clearly explained by looking at this poster.
Body:
Design and Layout
5 pts
The poster as a whole.
Poor/Fair

The poster appears to have no clear organization or layout. There is a lot of writing.
Good

There is a basic design scheme with consistent headings, subheadings, and alignment. A good poster overall.
Excellent

The design scheme is both consistent and attractive, with users' needs and interests taken into considerations. This poster should be on the wall.
Visual Elements
5 pts
The images of your poster.
Poor/Fair

The visual elements are absent or poorly done. Color, interesting images, and fun things to look at are missing.
Good

The visual elements are attractive, but may not be used for any specific purpose. There are pictures but they don't necessarily help us understand.
Excellent

The visual elements are both attractive and functional. They address the readers' interests and concerns, rather than simply attracting attention they explain the concept.
Style
5 pts
Clarity of writing
Poor/Fair

It is hard to know what the writer is trying to express. Writing is convoluted. Misspelled words, incorrect grammar, and improper punctuation are evident. Or there is just too much.
Good

Writing is generally clear, but active verbs are sometimes missing. Paragraphs may be too dense, visually, or they may employ excessive nominalizations and other scientific jargon not appropriate for the audience.
Excellent

Writing is crisp, clear, and succinct. The writer uses strong active verbs, clear sentence structure, and lists, checklists, and other kinds of text where appropriate. The level of technicality is appropriate for a public audience.
Groups understanding
5 pts
Do you know what you are presenting?
Poor/Fair

Group is able to explain what they drew but may appear that they don't have a very deep understanding
Good

Group is able to explain what they did and are able to answer most questions without assistance. Only one or two members appear to know what the poster is about.
Excellent

Every member of the group is able to answer questions and it is clear they all have a deep understanding of what they are presenting.



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